Toray Industries (America), Inc. Datasheets for Industrial Fabrics

Industrial fabrics consist of woven or non-woven cloth made from natural or synthetic materials.
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Product Name Notes
FORESSE™ Cellulose Fiber Eco-friendly FORESSE™ is made from plant-based cellulose instead of petrochemicals. Additionally, FORESSE™ is spun using a melt spinning process that elminates the need to use organic solvents. These features and...
TORAY NYLON Polyamide Fiber Nylon, the world's first synthetic fiber, was first manufactured in large scale in Japan by Toray in 1951. Nylon offers many features such as excellent tensile strength, abrasion strength, and...
BCF (Bulked Continuous Filament) Nylon for Carpet Applications Our BCF (Bulked Continuous Filament) nylon combines the properties of nylon, including high abrasion-resistance and durability, with bulkiness resulting from a 3-dimensional random crimping process applied to each individual fiber.
Polypropylene Supunbond Fiber Polypropylene spunbond, produced by Toray Advanced Materials Korea Inc., has various attractive products such as melt blown spunbond sandwiched between spunbond layers, polyethylene mixed-type, and so on. Polypropylene spunbond from...
Fishing Line Utilizing its fiber manufacturing technology, Toray has developed a range of lines, using nylon or fluorocarbon materials, for various fishing applications such as hook length, reel line from sea fishing...